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number but the recovery efforts post-sandy. we want to get to john harwood with reaction to what the president said. as we begin to see both candidates, we'll hear from governor romney in a little bit, what they're calling their closing arguments in the last few days of the campaign. >> reporter: that's right, and president obama is making his closing argument wrapping it around the recovery efforts for sandy, the bipartisan cooperation that he demonstrated with chris christie, trying to make the point that this is when america is at its best. now he's got a better than expected jobs report and he can say america's coming back, home values are rising. we had the most private sector hiring in eight months. all those are elements of the president's argument. of course, mitt romney's argument is going to be is this the best we can do? we can do better. he has already been saying that earlier today, saying the president says this is the best it can be. i say it can't stay this way. there you have the two arguments framed as we go to a final weekend with the polls nationally showing a
the high of the session. i'm joined now by john woods who's the president of j.j. woods and associates, a veteran trader on the floor. we have above average storage levels for this time of year, we have reduced demand because of hurricane sandy and then we have the winter coming, so how do you play this? >> we have a market that is offline. you had a bullish number that was a little bit below what we thought, we saw 68, 70, 65. i think we're going to go back down to 350. >> you said that before this happened before hurricane sandy, you thought that natural gas might be on its way to $4 even it would be there today. >> all things being equal, if we didn't have this tragedy, it would be at $4. you're having increased demand, you're starting to see some weather patterns coming this. >> there is still a lot of natural gas out there, i mean how cold does it have to get? are you anticipating and do the models show you that it's going to be a very cold winter? >> even if it does show there's a cold winter, do the reverse last summer. hottest on record. my thought is maybe about $4.25. there's
looks like he is the successor. scott forstall and john is now holding a position that no other executive in apple history has held aside from steve jobs. what does that say? >> in the book, i was looking forward to a fundrai-raisefund- guy has stepped forward. this guy was the guy that jobs revered. jobs went to this man and sold the company's rights to that. >> the european markets in the spotlight with trading just down for a second consecutive day here in the united states. also the challenge responding to crises related to hurricane sandy. we'll get a unique perspective from former fema director david paulson. looking for a better place to put your cash? here's one you may not have thought of -- fidelity. now you don't have to go to a bank to get the things you want from a bank, like no-fee atms, all over the world. free checkwriting and mobile deposits. now depositing a check is as easy as taking a picture. free online bill payments. a highly acclaimed credit card with 2% cash back into your fidelity account. open a fidelity cash management account today and discover anoth
and particularly to john raya and all his staff at nitra. i don't think anybody could have done more to give people notice and advice how to protect themselves. we stressed all along for people living in zone "a" the first option should be finding a safe place to stay with relative or friends. however, we have also opened 76 emergency shelters in city public schools for those who did not have that option. they are still -- >> that is yor mayor mike bloomberg. the headline essentially that he is closing new york city schools for the second day saying there is, quote, no chance that mass transit will be ready to get people to and from work or school around the city. saying the fdr highway is fundamentally closed in his words. looks like the storm surge according to the mayor will hit at least in the new york city area around -- starting around 8:00 or 8:15 p.m. tonight. he's looking for storm surge between 6:00 and 11:00 p.m. jim, obviously we're not a local channel. our news goes around all of the country and around the world. but this is turning into a storm that new york city for most intents and
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